Jerneja Horvat, postgraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Research interest: EU law, Personal Data protection, Company law email@example.com INTRODUCTION The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast growing phenomenon that is changing our lives on a daily basis. The term IoT describes several technologies that enable the Internet to reach out
Faculty of Law, University of Maribor – under the auspices of the Jean Monnet Chair on Smart and Sharing EU Economy is kindly inviting you to participate at our ROUNDTABLE on PLATFORM ECONOMY that will take place at the Faculty of Law, Mladinska 9, in Maribor on 22 December 2016, starting at 10 a.m. Speakers: Violeta Bulc,
Lina Burkelc Juras, postgraduate student, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Research interest: EU law, Arbitration, Family law, Company law firstname.lastname@example.org It is quite unimaginable that a person, who cannot understand the language of a certain country, could successfully defend itself in a criminal proceeding. Not understanding the language might be one of the
Renato Kenda Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, Slovenia Master's student Research interest: EU Law, Contract Law, Company Law email@example.com I. Introduction EU’s Single market is dependent on SMEs, that form up to 99,8% of EU's non-financial business economy. It is considered that, they are the single most important factor in job creation and innovation
Now that there is some clarity about the kind of Brexit deal the UK Government has in mind, it is shocking how such a simple message can be so misread. Theresa May announced that Britain will go for a hard Brexit in 2019, prioritizing immigration control over access to the single market. However, in order to avoid
Maribor University Press has published the book of papers titled STRENGTHENING THE RULE OF LAW IN THE EU that includes papers from the Central European Law Conference for Students, 2016 (editors dr. Janja Hojnik and mag. Natalija Orešek). The book may be seen at this website.